By A.J. Herrington, Forbes on June 20, 2023
Nevada Gov. Joe Lombardo last week approved a bill that makes several reforms to the state’s marijuana laws, including more than doubling the limit on adult-use cannabis possession and purchases. The omnibus measure, Senate Bill 277, was signed by the Republican governor on May 14, according to a report from online cannabis new source Marijuana Moment, after receiving approval from the state legislature earlier this month.
The new law makes several significant changes to Nevada’s laws governing marijuana. In 2001, the state legalized medical marijuana, followed by the legalization of adult-use cannabis with the passage of Question 2, a 2016 ballot measure that legalized recreational marijuana in Nevada for adults 21 and older.
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